Conservative! Andy!: Hi ! "I'm back" and I kept my promise to finish Philosophical naturalism by 15 September, although now as I write this my time it's 0135 (1:35 am 16 September). Forgive? As for the body of the article itself, I believe a few minor edits will still be needed to make it better, but I hope for now it seems adequate for Conservapedia. God bless you and all the Administrators. Thanks for your patience.
Since I believe in the mission of Conservapedia I will continue to contribute as I am able, but only little by little. If anyone else can contribute improvements to this article, please feel completely free to do so.
- I was delighted and relieved to find the immediate redirect of the submitted text of the article to this title page!
- Throughout today I have combed over it line by line and section by section, added some needed clarifications and info, improved the layout, corrected some glaring duplications, "howler" bloopers and typos and awkward sentence construction, removed unnecessary footnote markups that were imported with the compiled source materials, and have completed the stylistic edit. Tomorrow I will check all of the internal and external linkages, after which the article should appear much improved, and the temporary note will be removed. It should be in final finished form no later than 0130 hrs CDT Friday 18 September.
- --Dataclarifier (talk) 02:25, 17 September 2015 (EDT)
When I access the edit page of this article, make a link to a relevant Conservapedia article, click "Show preview" and click the linked item to check it and it works, and then click to go back to the edit page, the system either does not return to the edit page or the edit is lost, and sometimes it doesn't return to the article at all (page is displayed with message "Hmm. Page cannot be found". A refresh feature is offered, but when clicked it does not always access the article page).
Also, when not on edit but only viewing an article on Conservapedia, and I click a link and view the linked article, a click to go back is defeated and I get "Hmm. Page cannot be found", and using the "refresh" feature does not always work, making it necessary to go back to my own home page and sometimes all the way back to the initial "wake up" screen on my computer and retrace all the steps to get back to the first article I was viewing.
It's because of this persistent problem that I have been doing so many "minor edits", one by one, and the "clean up" work on the page has taken so long.
The concluding "Assessment" at end of article
After reading the article as a whole, I became convinced it needed a concise conclusion that would tie all the information together succinctly from an informed Christian perspective to make the subject more clearly understandable and manageable, also to show where I stand. I believe those who take the trouble to look at the source materials in the External links and the Bibliography and reading list to check what I have written will concur with my assessment of the stupidity of philosophical (un)naturalism.